The Morally Divided Body: Ethical Disagreement and the Disunity of the Church. Pro Ecclesia Series. Editors: Michael Root and James J. Buckley. Eugene Oregon: Cascade Books, 2012, p. 145.
Faith and Human Rights: Christianity and the Global Struggle for Human Dignity; The God You Have: Politics, Religion, and the First Commandment
Faith and Human Rights: Christianity and the Global Struggle for Human Dignity by Richard Amesbury and George M. Newlands and The God You Have: Politics, Religion, and the First Commandment by Patrick D. Miller
Drones have risen in prominence during the war on terror in the last ten years. In theory, they make war safer, by protecting civilians and American soldiers. However, is this actually how drones function? And what are the moral and psychological implications of committing acts of violence thousands of miles away behind a screen? Bell examines the darker side of drones and how the rise of robotic warfare will change the moral landscape of combat.
Aaron D. Conley. We Are Who We Think We Were: Christian History and Christian Ethics (Minneapolis, Fortress: 2013), 224 pages, $59.00. Emerging Scholars Series
Daniel K. Finn. Christian Economic Ethics: History and Implications. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2013, 412 pages, $49.00.
Patterson, Eric, (ed), Ethics Beyond War’s End. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2012. Paper, x + 246 pages. $29.95.
Professional Sexual Ethics: A Holistic Ministry Approach, Patricia Beattie Jung and Darryl W. Stephens, Editors. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2013. 256 pages, $24.00
[Originally included in JLE July/August 2014]  Daniel Finn is the William and Virginia Clemens Professor of Economics and the Liberal Arts and professor of theology at St. John’s University and the College of St. Benedict in Collegeville, Minnesota. He has published extensively in the area of Christian ethics and economics and enjoys the genuine […]